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Do natural remedies for hypercoagulability work?

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Dr. Lori Wagner
Internal Medicine 29 years experience
Not really: There are certainly natural entities that are known to make us more likely to bleed, such as garlic. But if you truly have a medically diagnosed hypercoagulability disorder, then you need to be treated with appropriate prescription medications.
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